Patent Model - Improvement in Saw-Sets

Maker and role
John Geer, Patentee
Dodge and Wellington, Assignee
Production date
Jul 09 1867
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19 x 16 1/2 x 1 1/2" (48.3 x 41.9 x 3.8cm)
Geer's patent was intended to answer "a call by carpenters, and others who have occasion to use a saw quite often, for some device to set saws without the use of the hammer, and which at the same time should possess such capacity for adjustment as to be well adapted for a wide range of use, or to the setting of saws of different lengths of teeth." (Patent Number 66,484)
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